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You can now upload images from your computer, the web, or your Picasa Web Albums into Google Spreadsheets.

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Spreadsheets

How to access what's new:
Select ‘Image’ from the ‘Insert’ menu in any Spreadsheet.

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/upload-images-in-google-spreadsheets.html

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We’ve released the following improvements to Google Docs file uploads:

- Folder uploads that maintain the folder structure
- An upload page that’s integrated into the Docs List
- Settings that remember your conversion and OCR preferences
- The ability to drag-and-drop files to the Docs List for upload

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Docs

How to access what's new:
- Upload files and folders via the ‘Upload’ button in the upper left hand side of the Docs List.
- The new upload window will display in the bottom right of your Docs List.
- Set upload settings the first time you upload a file or via the drop down in the upload menu or the pop-up.

Note: Folder upload and drag-and-drop upload are only available on the latest versions of Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. You’ll need to first install an applet if you’d like to upload a folder in Firefox or Safari. Please be aware that these new features do not support the ability to select a language when converting a document via OCR or select visibility settings before upload. You can revert to the older version of the upload page by selecting ‘Basic’ from the ‘Upload’ menu.

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/simpler-file-upload-in-google-docs.html
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In the latest version of Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook®, users can now sync Outlook Notes with their Google Docs account. This means that your notes in Outlook are synchronized with your Google Docs account in the cloud, which in turn syncs them with any other device where you open the same Outlook profile.
Things to note:
- Only top-level notes are synced
- Leave Docs as private, plain-text
- Categories aren’t synced

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

How to access what's new:
Existing installs will be updated automatically.

Note: Please be aware that synchronizing notes with Google Docs is currently an early, or Beta release feature, available with Google Apps Sync for Microsoft Outlook® version 2.3 or later.

For more information:
http://mail.google.com/support/a/google.com/bin/answer.py?answer=1254189

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You can now find and edit your documents via a native Google Docs app for Android. Its features include:

- A widget that makes it easy to create new docs and access starred items
- The ability to open documents directly from Gmail
- OCR to create documents from photos
- Document sharing with contacts on your phone

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only

How to access what's new:
Google Docs for Android is available for phones running Android 2.1+ and can be downloaded on Android Market.

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/introducing-new-google-docs-app-for.html

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You can now customize your Sites with over 100 new fonts. We’ve also added the ability to change font sizes and selectively apply styling to one page or an entire site.

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Sites

How to access what's new:
To change font styling for the Site, click the ‘Manage site’ option in the ‘More actions’ drop down and select ‘Color and Fonts’ in the left-hand navigation bar.

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/google-sites-brings-you-over-100-new.html

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The following features are now available to these domains:
Gmail:
- Ability to use ‘custom from’ feature from an unsecured connection on port 25.
- Recipient suggestions labs graduating from Gmail labs. These two features prevent you from making two common mistakes: forgetting to include someone on an email, and sending a message to the wrong person with a similar name to the person you meant to email.

Google Docs:
Pagination: Ability to see visual pages on your screen.

Google Documents list:
Some small improvements to the interface have been made such as:
- Improved dialog when deleting an item
- ‘Owned by me’ section in the navigation pane
- A Details/Column view and collapsible details pane
- Ability to show or hide the preview pane on the right side

The following features are now intended for release to these domains on May 3rd:
Gmail:
- Background images in Themes
- Longer label names

Release track:
Scheduled*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/custom-background-image-themes.html
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/long-label-names-in-gmail.html

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Google Apps administrators now have the option to hide nicknames from the global address list/autocomplete. They can choose one of the following options:

- Show all email addresses
- Hide nicknames
- Hide the primary email address if the user has a nickname

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
In the administrator control panel, select “Domain Settings”, then “User Settings” and “Contact Sharing” to access the new options.

Note:
- The setting can take up to 24 hours to propagate.
- Email addresses based on domain aliases will not be affected by this setting - they will continue to be hidden.
- Email addresses that the user already has in their contact list will not be affected by this setting - they will continue to appear in autocomplete unless that contact is manually deleted.
- This setting also controls whether nicknames will appear in Contacts search and Contacts details view.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=60218

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Some small changes have been made to the Menu in Google Spreadsheets including:
- New ‘Data’ option to better reflect the recently added filtering functionality
- The Form menu is now in ‘Tools’
- Other minor changes

Release track:
Rapid*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Spreadsheets

How to access what's new:
See the new Menu options when editing a spreadsheet.

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Google Calendar Connector for Lotus Notes R1.2.3 is now available for download:

New connection test feature: Checks the tool’s and domain configuration. Also identifies any firewalls or proxy restrictions between the Domino server and the web.
Bug Fixes: The connector tool was failing to return Notes busy time for user's where there was an apostrophe in the name.

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=181256

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You can now create labels in Gmail with up to 225 characters. Previously the old limit was 40 characters, which wasn’t enough for some people who had switched from Outlook or accessed Gmail through IMAP with complex folder structures.

If you also use the Nested Labels Lab, Gmail will now shorten the label name so as not to clutter up your interface.

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

How to access what's new:
Simply create a label in Gmail as normal.

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/long-label-names-in-gmail.html

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Google Apps administrators can now control whether or not to allow Calendar Labs to be used within their domain.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by the Admin Control Panel (Current version)

How to access what's new:
In the Admin Control Panel, in “Settings” then “Calendar”, there is a new checkbox to enable/disable the use of Calendar Labs in Calendar.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1187241

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The following features are now available to these domains:
Gmail:
Gmail users can now choose whether or not to auto-add contacts after messaging them.

Google Calendar:
Calendar Labs will now be available for users to install and this is rolling out over the next few days.

Google Sites:
Recovery of deleted sites. If an owner of a site accidentally deletes a site, it will be immediately removed from view but they may recover it by visiting its URL within 30 days. This only affects sites that have been deleted after the feature has been released.

The following features are now intended for release to these domains on April 26:
Gmail:
- Ability to use ‘custom from’ feature from an unsecured connection on port 25.
- Recipient suggestions labs graduating from Gmail labs. These two features prevent you from making two common mistakes: forgetting to include someone on an email, and sending a message to the wrong person with a similar name to the person you meant to email.

Google Docs:
Pagination: Ability to see visual pages on your screen.

Google Documents list:
Some small improvements to the interface have been made such as:
- Improved dialog when deleting an item
- ‘Owned by me’ section in the navigation pane
- A Details/Column view and collapsible details pane
- Ability to show or hide the preview pane on the right side

Release track:
Scheduled*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

For more information:
Recipient suggestions: http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/dont-forget-bob-and-got-wrong-bob.html
Pagination: http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/pagination-comes-to-google-docs.html

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You can now undo archives, deletions, additions or removals of a label, or movement of a message or conversation for a few seconds after performing that action in the Gmail mobile web app.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail for mobile

How to access what's new:
Visit your Google Apps mail account from your Android, iOS, or Blackberry OS 6.0 phone and click on the undo option after performing one of the supported actions.

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/undo-certain-gmail-actions-in-your.html

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The following new functionality has been added to the Email Settings API:

- Forward the email
- Never send it to spam
- Star it
- Send it to trash

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only

For more information:
http://code.google.com/googleapps/domain/email_settings/developers_guide_protocol.html#GA_email_filter_main

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If Gmail Themes have been allowed by a domain administrator, users can now customize their own inbox by uploading a background image.

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

How to access what's new:
Select the “Themes” tab in Gmail settings and choose “Create your own theme.” Then select the background image for the main area and the footer.

Note: Administrators can enable/disable Themes for a domain using the checkbox for Themes in the administrator control panel in "Email settings."

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/custom-background-image-themes.html

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Two Gmail Labs “Don’t forget Bob” and “Got the wrong Bob?” have now graduated from Labs and are full features in Gmail. These two features prevent you from making two common mistakes: forgetting to include someone on an email, and sending a message to the wrong person with a similar name to the person you meant to email

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

How to access what's new:
- As you type in your recipients, Gmail will automatically make suggestions based on the groups of people you email most often. When you see a suggestion to add a person you’ve forgotten, all you have to do is click on their name to add them.

- If you click on a suggestion to replace a mistakenly added recipient, the “wrong Bob” will be replaced by the right one.

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/dont-forget-bob-and-got-wrong-bob.html

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For domains that have the new interface for the Settings section in the administrator control panel, it’s now possible for admins to control a user’s ability to install the Google Cloud Connect for Microsoft Office plugin.

This new interface should be out to all domains using the next generation control panel by the end of next week.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
In the administrator control panel, navigate to ‘Settings’, then ‘Docs’ and enable/disable the checkbox ‘Allow users to use Google Cloud Connect in my Organization’.

Note: This option is only for domains that have the new ‘Settings’ interface that is currently being rolled out.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=1186923


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For domains that have the new interface for the Settings section in the Google Apps administrator control panel, it’s now possible to configure Chat settings at the organizational level.

This new interface should be out to all domains using the next generation control panel by the end of next week.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
In the administrator control panel, select ‘Settings’ and then ‘Chat’ to view the new option to configure chat settings at the ‘Org Settings’ level. This means that each organization that you’ve created can have different settings applied just to that organization.

Note: This option is only for domains that have the new ‘Settings’ interface that is currently being rolled out.

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=60767

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A new improved interface for the Settings section in the administrator control panel is currently rolling out. This new interface should be out to all domains using the next generation control panel by the end of next week.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
Administrators can view the new interface by clicking on the ‘Settings’ section in the Control Panel. This was previously titled ‘Service settings’.

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The ability to rename a user’s email address is now available in the administrator control panel.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
Go to ‘Organizations and users’ > Select the check box next to a user > Click ‘Rename user’ under the ‘More actions’ dropdown

Note: We advise you to read the help center documentation before performing this action

For more information:
http://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?answer=182084

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The IMAP mail migration tool in the administrator Control Panel will no longer be accessible as of April 30th. We recommend using the Google Apps Migration for Microsoft Exchange utility which migrates email from IMAP mail servers in addition to supporting migration from Exchange Server 2003/2007/2010, PST files, and Google Apps

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English

For more information:
https://tools.google.com/dlpage/exchangemigration
Read more about the deprecation in our help center.

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- Support for Exchange 2010
- Improved handling of Primary and Secondary calendars from PSTs
- Several IMAP bug fixes

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English

How to access what's new:
Download page

For more information:
https://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=162794

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Google Docs now supports the ability to see visual pages on your screen. Additionally, Chrome users can now print directly from the browser.

Release track:
Rapid Release*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Docs

How to access what's new:
- Documents will now default to a view with page breaks
- See a continuous view by selecting the ‘Compact’ option from the ‘View’ menu

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/pagination-comes-to-google-docs.html

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Version 3.1 of the Google Apps Migration for Lotus Notes tool is now available for download with the following new features:

- Resource provisioning from Domino rooms and resources.
- Resource calendar migration.
- New user registration methods: 'Pick users from Domino Directory' and 'Import from file'.
- Live migrations view. See real time migration activity by site.
- Integrated migration calculator. Determine time and bandwidth requirements for selected users.
- Connection test feature. Checks GAMLN and Google domain configuration. Also identifies any firewalls or proxy restrictions between the Domino server and the web.
- Personal contacts now appear under 'My Contacts' after migration.
- No dependency on operating system settings when migrating Notes calendars. A single GAMLN server can now migrate calendars across any number of time zones in a single migration run.
- Google calendars no longer need to be initialized prior to Notes calendar migration.
- User and group provisioning now uses three-legged OAuth. ClientLogin has been fully deprecated.

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only

How to access what's new:
Download page

For more information:
https://www.google.com/support/a/bin/answer.py?hl=en&answer=161642

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The following features are now available to these domains:
Gmail:
Linked phone numbers: Gmail users at domains that have converted to the new account infrastructure and can see the ‘call phone’ functionality in Gmail (US English Only), will now be able to call those numbers by just clicking on the linked numbers.

The following features are now intended for release to these domains on April 19:
Gmail:
Gmail users can now choose whether or not to auto-add contacts after messaging them.

Google Calendar:
Calendar Labs will now be available for users to install.

Google Sites:
Recovery of deleted sites. If an owner of a site accidentally deletes a site, it will be immediately removed from view but they may recover it by visiting its URL within 30 days.

Release track:
Scheduled*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/fixing-little-things.html
About Calendar Labs
http://googleappsupdates.blogspot.com/2011/04/accidentally-delete-site-owners-can-now.html

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We recently released the ability to recover a deleted site in Google Sites. If an owner of a site accidentally deletes a site, it will be immediately removed from view but they may recover it by visiting its URL within 30 days. Once 30 days have elapsed however, it will not be possible to recover the site under any circumstances and it will be permanently deleted.

Release track:
Rapid*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Sites

How to access what's new:
- In the ‘more actions’ dropdown menu, select ‘manage site’ to access the ‘Site settings’ section.
- In ‘Site settings’ > ‘General’, you can select ‘Delete this site’.
- You will now see a warning that you are about to delete the site and how to recover it within 30 days.

Note: This feature will apply only to sites deleted after the feature launched; Sites which have been/are deleted before this feature launched will not be recoverable.

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You can now choose to include titles, sheet names, and page numbers when printing your spreadsheets. Additionally, we’ve added support for printing spreadsheets from mobile devices using Cloud Print.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Google Spreadsheets

How to access what's new:
- Select options in the ‘Print Settings’ dialogue before printing the spreadsheet
- Print from mobile devices that support HTML5 (Android 2.1+ and iOS 3+) by selecting ‘Print’ underneath the spreadsheet title

For more information:
http://googledocs.blogspot.com/2011/04/improved-printing-in-spreadsheets.html

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A checkbox to enable/disable Gmail Themes for users has now been added to the Administrator Control Panel.

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
In the administrator control panel, select ‘Service settings’ then ‘Email’ and scroll down to the new checkbox for Themes.

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Gmail now supports ‘Custom From’ and outbound relay connections via unsecured port 25. Devices and servers that don’t support SSL/TLS can use this feature to connect with Gmail’s servers.

Release track:
Rapid*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

How to access what's new:
Select port 25 when setting up a new custom address mail connection.

For more information:
http://mail.google.com/support/bin/answer.py?hl=en&ctx=mail&answer=1074635

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Gmail users can now choose whether or not to auto-add contacts after messaging them.

Release track:
Rapid*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

How to access what's new:
Open your Gmail settings page and scroll down to the ‘Create contacts for auto-complete’ section.

For more information:
http://gmailblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/fixing-little-things.html

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This release of Contacts brings all of the improvements that were previously available to consumer users.

The following business-specific features have also been added to help you and your colleagues get in touch with contacts more easily. You can now:
- Add new contact information that will default to “Work” instead of “Home” field types.
- View domain directory contact details interwoven inline with any contact details you’ve added yourself.
- Add contacts from the domain directory to your “My Contacts” list in a single click.
- Manage groups more easily by quickly adding email addresses to groups, and picking from a contact’s multiple email addresses to use on a group-by-group basis.
- Revert changes to your Contacts for up to 30 days in case you need to restore deleted or merged contacts, or undo an import.

Note: These improvements do not affect the standalone version of Contacts outside of Gmail but we hope to make them available soon.

Release track:
Rapid*

Editions included:
Google Apps, Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
All languages supported by Gmail

How to access what's new:
Users will see the changes reflected in their Contacts page

For more information:
http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2011/02/get-in-touch-faster-with-new-gmail.html

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We’ve released two new security features to our Android users and one new Market app to improve contact management. You can now:

- Secure lost or stolen Android phones and tablets using the Google Apps Device Policy App via the My Devices website. This includes resetting device PINs, locating devices, and ringing devices remotely
- Encrypt data on Android devices
- Find contact information for any user in your company’s directory via the Lookup App

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English only (Next Generation Control Panel)

How to access what's new:
- Install the Device Policy 2.0 App on user's Android devices
- Enable Device Policy in your Administrator Control Panel under ‘Service Settings’ > ‘Mobile’
- Users can access devices running Android 2.2 via My Devices at www.google.com/apps/mydevices
- Download Google Apps Lookup from the Android Market. Ensure that Shared Contacts is enabled in the Control Panel

Note: Currently only Android 3.0 supports encryption, so this would block all devices running a version of Android prior to 3.0. Do not enable these features unless you have inventoried how many of your Android users could be blocked from Google Sync.

For more information:
http://googleenterprise.blogspot.com/2011/04/putting-android-to-work-for-your.html
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Version 2.0.1 of the Google Apps Directory Sync tool is now available for download. Additional features include
- Improved sync performance
- Password-less OAuth support
- Support for Syncing Calendar resources
- Improved Self diagnostics and error reporting
- Several bug fixes

Editions included:
Google Apps for Business, Government and Education

Languages included:
US English Only

How to access what's new:
Download Page

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The following features are now available to these domains:
Google Docs:
- Updated comments: Comments have been updated to facilitate better discussions and seamless integration into email. This feature is rolling out gradually over the next 24hrs.

Google Spreadsheets:
- Multiple range charts.
- Ability to hide individual sheets in your spreadsheet.
- Filtering is now available in Google Spreadsheets. Adding a filter onto a set of data can help you quickly narrow down the data set to find the data you need. By selecting a data set, you can filter and sort amongst many rows at once.

The following features are now intended for release to these domains on April 12:
Gmail:
Linked phone numbers: Gmail users at domains that have converted to the new account infrastructure and can see the ‘call phone’ functionality in Gmail (US English Only), will now be able to call those numbers by just clicking on the linked numbers.

Release track:
Scheduled*

Editions included:
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